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Ambelitious Card by Katsuya Masuda - Trick
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2010
When I opened the package, I was totally speechless. First, because of the simple method, and second is because of the quality of the prop. As it is always be with Masuda, this one is very very superb quality to make you perform smooth and perfect in front of your audience. I enjoy performing this in front of my co-workers and friends. They just can't believe it. Seriously, for the first ten seconds after I made the deck vanished, there was always total silence. They still try to process what they just saw with their own eyes.
The DVD itself is very direct, simple and professional. Masuda himself will teach you how to handle, perform and maintain the prop to be in good condition.
For performance, he suggests two different handling. First handling is fairly easy and requires no difficult sleight that will allow beginners or hobbyist like me to perform smoothly. Especially if you are table hopping or standing. I always use this one for my audience.
The second handling is when you have a desk to perform. Slightly different presentation but both have a great and deep impact to your audience. With his presentation style, you will be satisfied on understanding the whole idea of the trick and prop itself.
This is the one of the best trick to end your ACR. Heck, we can use thisto end any routine with a deck of card and they will keep talk about it for a while.
- Simple to handle for most people
- Best quality prop
- Suitable for ending any trick using a deck of cards
- Extreme effect/result
- Angle sensitive but it's a common sense that looking at this kind of trick, there is small angle you have to be careful
- Sliding in the chosen card might need extra practice even it's actually simple
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 6th, 2010
This trick isn't as versatile as I had hoped it would be, ideally you need to be at a table to do it, but it's still pretty decent. Not the best deck to card trick I've seen but a good table version.
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